Everybody has its own means to return to childhood in their memory. For some of us it is the smell of ginger cakes which were cooked in your family every Sunday, the others connect their best memories with a box of secrets which contains the greatest treasures of childhood for them. As for me, I return to my early years every time I hear one of the Disney songs as the tradition to watch Disney cartoons was one of the few unchangeable things when I was a kid.
One of my favorite Disney songs is “Under the Sea” from “The Little Mermaid” series. It is the Oscar-winning composition which was released in 1989 and performed by the crab Sebastian in the cartoon. What I like about this song is that it is not devoted to love and all this sentimental stuff, but to joy of life and the advantages of living where you belong.
It seems that new kinds of art emerges every day and the destiny of these new projects can be different – some of them will be left in oblivion and some are bound to become real success. It is an original idea which can attract the attention of the audience, and the foodscapes of Carl Warner appeared to be one of such attractive concepts.
Carl Warner is an Australian illustrator and photographer who is famous as a creator of a new genre of art – foodscapes which mean landscapes made of food. His pictures show bread mountains, broccoli trees, cabbage leave waves and potato stones.